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Final Fantasy

Alternate Title: FF
Class: Licensed
Cart ID: NES-FF-USA
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Square
Region: United States (USA)
Rarity:
3  Cart: Very Common
4  Box: Common
4  Manual: Common
Peripherals: Standard or Compatible Controller
Extended Play: Battery
TV Format: NTSC
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Released: 1990
UPC Code: 0-45496-63060-7
Pak Type:
Standard Cart
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Hardware Profiles
1 - NES-SNROM-05
PCB
NES-SNROM-05
UNIF Board
NES-SNROM
INES Mapper
1
Mirroring
Mapper Ctrl
Battery-backed
Yes
WRAM
8
VRAM
8
CIC Type
6113B1

Rom Sets
Type Name Size CRC32
PRG0 NES-FF-0 PRG 256 KB CEBD2A31
ROMs Combined: 256 KB CEBD2A31

Associated Releases:
Reg. Title Code
Final Fantasy NES-FF-CAN
Final Fantasy

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Codes, Cheats & Spoilers
 =>Bonus Game: When you are on the ship, hold A and press Bx55. A sliding
puzzle game appears. If you get all the tiles in order from 1 to 15,
you will win $100.
=>Map: In the overworld, hold B and press SELECT for the Overworld Map.
->Secret Magic Shop: In the last town, Lefein, go to the northeast corner of
the town and enter the hole in the wall. Follow the path to a special magic
shop with the spells LIF2 and NUKE.
->Invisible Man: In castle Coneria, go north of the Queen's Chamber and on
the opposite side of the wall. Move into the area with a guard, two pillars
and some stairs and enter the room (on the left side of the castle with an
entrance on the left). Press A to talk to the invisible man. His speech
changes after you save the princess.
->Warmech: This enemy can be found on the bridge leading to Tiamat's room in
the Sky Palace... but only 1 out of every 64 times you cross the bridge.
Simply walk back and forth on the bridge until he does appear and battles
with you.
->Sky Palace Warp Tip: When you leave the warp near the intersection of the
maze, go up two screens and then left two screens, then step into the warp.
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Nintendo Power Top 30
We've recreated the Nintendo Power TOP 30 from Player's, Pro's & Dealer's, here on NintendoAge. Following are all of the issue #'s where this game appeared in the TOP 30, what score it received (# of #votes) and the rank it received in that issue.
Issue Date Score Rank
Nintendo Power #016 09/1990 6,145 2
Nintendo Power #018 11/1990 8,494 2
Nintendo Power #020 01/1991 8,250 2
Nintendo Power #021 02/1991 7,457 2
Nintendo Power #022 03/1991 6,691 2
Nintendo Power #023 04/1991 4,984 4
Nintendo Power #024 05/1991 5,073 4
Nintendo Power #025 06/1991 5,842 4
Nintendo Power #026 07/1991 6,251 3
Nintendo Power #027 08/1991 6,016 4
Nintendo Power #028 09/1991 5,156 5
Nintendo Power #029 10/1991 5,776 4
Nintendo Power #030 11/1991 6,477 2
Nintendo Power #031 12/1991 5,898 3
Nintendo Power #032 01/1992 4,349 15
Nintendo Power #033 02/1992 3,842 19
Nintendo Power #034 03/1992 3,561 25
Nintendo Power #035 04/1992 4,095 19
Nintendo Power #036 05/1992 4,332 19
Nintendo Power #037 06/1992 4,362 15
Nintendo Power #038 07/1992 3,948 20
Nintendo Power #039 08/1992 4,945 16
Nintendo Power #040 09/1992 4,636 15
Nintendo Power #041 10/1992 4,648 26
Nintendo Power #042 11/1992 6,057 18
Nintendo Power #043 12/1992 6,044 15
Nintendo Power #044 01/1993 5,880 14
Nintendo Power #045 02/1993 5,656 15
Nintendo Power #046 03/1993 4,476 28
Nintendo Power #047 04/1993 5,952 16
Nintendo Power #048 05/1993 7,692 16